Oct 7th 2008 7:54PM Dear Mr. Bear,
I believe you've been tanking with your face for too long. Clearly you are a paid representative of Blizzard who is being required to write drivel about armor in order to free his long lost cousin, a large kitten of the crimson color, fo'shizzle, from their dungeons (which are filled with dragons). I will not be party to this nonsense any longer. I am now canceling my subscription to your newsletter and using the remaining copies as toilet paper (if I get a paper cut you'll be hearing from my lawyers.) No go away or I shall taunt you a second time!
Jul 16th 2008 2:15PM Part-Time Druid did this post already. http://parttimedruid.com/2008/07/01/the-psychology-of-class-choice-in-wow/
Maybe you should include a link to him.
Jul 9th 2008 10:53PM Ugh this kind of stuff sets back women gamers, Amanda, you've become what you don't enjoy. As a prominent female gamer you've stood up and represented us, and frankly I don't like the representation.
Some people can't handle "gurls" but the fact is, this isn't high school and most adults have mastered co-ed socialization a long time ago. If you've run across some that haven't IGNORE them, just like whiny "favor flirting" females, these poorly behaved players are a minority. That kind of childish behavior isn't worth your time and this article was a waste of mine.
Jun 22nd 2008 9:08PM This is a great list Matt! I'll certainly be putting the tips to good use when I hit 80 before you! =P
Jun 3rd 2008 12:04PM Raiding is it's own reward outside of loot. You build experiences with teammates. You build memories. You gain more familiarity with your class and the extremes of what you can do with your current gear. You gain familiarity with other classes and what they can do. (I'll never forget sound of my hunter friend's voice the time I reminded him that he could scare beast and help us with that little extra crowd control we needed for our first Heroic Slave Pens) You build ties with people who you will level with. And for those that care, you get more immersed in the lore.
Eventually, if you want to move on from your current guild and raid with a new one the application will probably ask about your Pre-WotLK experience. I know my Sunwell guild application still asks and cares about what you did before TBC.
May 26th 2008 5:09PM This reminds me of something I wrote =p